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Searching through the traffic snarl 25.9.2007 Deccan Herald
Searching through the traffic snarl
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Protection at home, preaching abroad 24.9.2007 India Together
In clear disregard for the ongoing multilateral negotiations, the United States is attempting to protect its already heavily fortified agriculture further. The House of Representatives passed the US Farm Bill 2007 in July, proposing 286 billion dollars of support for American farmers over the next five years. Devinder Sharma on the implications.
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Stalemate in Nepal 24.9.2007 Central Chronicle
Stalemate in Nepal
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Pranab Mukherjee to address seminar on SAARC 21.9.2007 ET: Foreign Trade
External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee will deliver the keynote address at the inaugural session of seminar on "SAARC: Accelerating Cooperation through Connectivity".
The Nagaland model for Kashmir 20.9.2007 India Together
Pakistan, under pressure in the Global War on Terror (GWOT), has restrained its hand in the proxy war. By most accounts, Kashmir appears headed towards peace. This is the right juncture to approach the issue politically, both in its external and internal plane, says Firdaus Ahmed.
Initiative to create a donor pool for organs 20.9.2007 Mint: Political Economy
Centre for Civil Society’s programme will be in addition to the existing national waitlist for organ donors
Severe penalties for human trafficking: minister 19.9.2007 Hindustan Times: India
India will impose "severe and exemplary" penalties on those indulging in human trafficking and launch a nationwide awareness campaign on the risks of illegal migration.
India to impose severe penalties for human trafficking: minister 18.9.2007 India eNews: Top Headlines
India will impose 'severe and exemplary' penalties on those indulging in human trafficking and launch a nationwide awareness campaign on the risks of illegal migration, Minister for Overseas Indian Affairs Vayalar Ravi said Tuesday.
Time to change course 18.9.2007 Hindustan Times: Views
It is heartening to note that despite the deterioration of parliamentary standards, civil society still has respect, admiration and curiosity about the House and is keen to attend debates, writes Abhishek Singhvi.
India to impose severe penalties for human trafficking: minister 18.9.2007 India eNews: Business
India will impose 'severe and exemplary' penalties on those indulging in human trafficking and launch a nationwide awareness campaign on the risks of illegal migration, Minister for Overseas Indian Affairs Vayalar Ravi said Tuesday.
Northeast Echoes 17.9.2007 The Telegraph : North East
Northeast Echoes
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Affiliation Heckles Again 17.9.2007 Kangla Online
Affiliation Heckles Again
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From party politics to people politics 17.9.2007 HBL: Opinion
How to restore the country back to its sovereign masters, “We, the people”, away from the clutches of the political class, is the most pressing question facing the polity today. For, without such an effort, attention to systems and ...
Civil society bodies react sharply, Ibobi to pressurize Centre, Govt to ban outside affiliation 16.9.2007 Kangla Online
Civil society bodies react sharply, Ibobi to pressurize Centre, Govt to ban outside affiliation
special article 15.9.2007 The Statesman
special article
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State governments unwilling to relinquish control 13.9.2007 India Together
The Supreme Court issued six directives in 2006 on bringing about police reforms in the states to make the police free from political interference and accountable to the citizens. Kathyayini Chamaraj analyses the state governments responses and finds much amiss.
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Yale and CII present panels on India 2050 13.9.2007 Mint: Human Development
Campaign celebrates 60 years of democratic, independent India and engages American public, Indian immigrant diaspora, international business, government and media in dialogue
Guaranteeing jobs 13.9.2007 Financial Express
Guaranteeing jobs
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Pakistan: The battle to restore democracy 13.9.2007 HBL: Opinion
While adjourning Parliament sine die on Monday, four days ahead of schedule, the Lok Sabha Speaker, Mr Somnath Chatterjee, chided the members for frequent disruptions of Parliament sessions and said that during the session 10 Bills ...
At a crossroads 12.9.2007 Frontline
The WSF, a space to discuss and debate an alternative world order, is in danger of becoming a forum of ideas with no agenda for action.
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